IT Innovative Solutions Corporation (INOVAS) is a small, dynamic information technology company specializing in Internet and intranet systems development and enhancement. Committed to providing both the public and private sectors with exceptional IT services that are robust, user-friendly, and performance-oriented, our products and services are both cost-effective and creative, and are delivered with a modern scalable architecture utilizing the best hardware and software technologies available. Furthermore, INOVAS has an outstanding record of delivering these systems on time and within budget.

In particular, the company’s expertise lies in the design, development, and maintenance of web-based applications for postsecondary education data collection, management, analysis, and dissemination. INOVAS has been providing quality Internet and intranet support to the United States Department of Education since 1999, developing numerous high-quality data collection and information management systems for the National Center for Education Statistics (NCES) and the Office of Postsecondary Education (OPE). This includes:

  • The IPEDS Data Collection System
  • The IPEDS Data Center
  • The IPEDS Trend Generator
  • The College Scorecard
  • The Net Price Calculator Template
  • The College Affordability and Transparency Center
  • The Campus Safety and Security System
  • The Equity in Athletics Disclosure System
  • The United States Department of Education Database of Accredited Postsecondary Institutions and Programs

For additional information, please visit the Products & Services section of our website.

College Scorecard

Released in February, 2013, the College Scorecard is a sleek and sophisticated new online consumer information tool wholly designed and developed by the INOVAS team. The tool is designed to assist prospective students and their families in comparing potential schools based on key measures of college affordability and value identified in cooperation with the White House, the U.S. Department of Education, and Federal Student Aid. Users can search for a college by name, and quickly view information related to five key pieces of data about the institution: costs, graduation rates, loan default rates, average amount borrowed, and employment.

First introduced in President Obama’s 2013 State of the Union speech, you can find out more about the official launch of the College Scorecard here: ed.gov/blog/2013/02/obama-administration-launches-college-scorecard/.
Or visit the College Scorecard on the White House website at: whitehouse.gov/scorecard.